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Date: 2013-04-01
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Youth flock to mobile messaging apps, may be threat to Facebook
US-MOBILE-APPS-FACEBOOK:Youth flock to mobile messaging apps, may be threat to Facebook
By Gerry Shih and Alexei Oreskovic

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Create personal profiles. Build networks of friends. Share photos, videos and music.

That might sound precisely like Facebook, but hundreds of millions of tech-savvy young people have instead turned to a wav...


Saudi orders telcos to ensure Skype, Whatsapp meet local laws
US-SAUDI-TELECOMS-BAN:Saudi orders telcos to ensure Skype, Whatsapp meet local laws
RIYADH (Reuters) - Some Internet-based communication tools such as Skype and Whatsapp flout Saudi Arabia's telecom laws, the regulator said on Sunday, instructing telecom operators to quickly ensure these services comply.

The announcement from the kingdom's Communications and Infor...


China's Tencent messaging app may no longer be free: government official
US-TENCENT-WEIXIN:China's Tencent messaging app may no longer be free: government official
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Users of Tencent Holdings' hugely popular mobile chatting application may have to pay fees in future to satisfy China's three mobile telecom operators, Chinese media quoted a government official as saying on Sunday.

Tencent's Weixin, or WeChat, chatting app...


BlackBerry wins dismissal of U.S. shareholder lawsuit
US-BLACKBERRY-LAWSUIT:BlackBerry wins dismissal of U.S. shareholder lawsuit
By Nate Raymond

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A U.S. shareholder lawsuit accusing smartphone manufacturer BlackBerry of seeking to fraudulently obscure its falling market position was dismissed on Friday.

U.S. District Judge Richard Sullivan in Manhattan granted the company...


Saudi Arabia may try to end anonymity for Twitter users: paper
US-SAUDI-TWITTER:Saudi Arabia may try to end anonymity for Twitter users: paper
RIYADH (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia may try to end anonymity for Twitter users in the country by limiting access to the site to people who register their identification documents, the Arab News daily reported on Saturday.

Last week, local media reported the government had asked telecom compani...


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